Famous Bourbon Street is just 7 blocks away in the heart of the French Quarter.
There is a pharmacy with groceries, a deli, several Big Easy watering holes and a laundry facility within 2 blocks, just steps from our front door.
The Croissant d'Or (Golden Croissant)
"Had a quick croissant breakfast here as it was around the corner from our hotel. ...The pastry choices, salads, croissants and sandwiches
looked unbelievable. I had a plain croissant which tasted nearly as good as the ones I ate in Paris. Coffee was very good too and you get
a "bowl" full! A lot of Europeans were eating here too -- definitely worth a visit I just wish I had gone back for a pastry! The bartender at Muriels highly recommended Croissant d'Or and their carrot cake - the locals love this place apparently and I can see why."
- from Tripadvisor.comMule and horse-drawn carriages glide close by the Olde Town Inn. You can climb aboard one for a tour of the Vieux Carre! Carriages board at Jackson Square, in the heart of the French Quarter!The world-famous open-air French Market is about 7 blocks from the Olde Town Inn door. The shopping is wonderful! Everything from cajun spices, beignet mix, exotic coffees to souvenirs and home decor items! Many artists display their work here